This year started with cataloging and internalizing the changes that have occurred within me over the years as a growing woman— identifying and coming to terms with each. Evaluating and accepting for self-clarity. I strongly believe one's mental space is the powerhouse to function — that is to say, it needs to be protected. Always. … Continue reading Self Care- Evaluating and Accepting
This newly sworn in corps members in camp have evoked the moments I had in camp during my three weeks orientation. Here I sit by my window, recalling and visualizing all that went down and the ones I let slip by. If only I could turn back the hands of time and make up for … Continue reading 6 Subtle Things I Wish I did During My NYSC Orientation Camp
If there’s something I’ve not forgotten, It’s her name. Her name is Pamela. Phantom memories from my childhood. The more I try to remember her, the more it seems faint. So I hold on to the residual memories left like footprints on a shore, almost washed by tides of time. I recall when we used … Continue reading Childhood Memories
My country has made me increase standards for boyfriend qualifications, after the incident that happened to me on Friday, August 2018. That faithful day, my friend and I ventured on .................